Spring at the Greenhouse

Our greenhouse at the farm comes alive in the spring with beautiful colors and fragrances! Plan a visit to see all the varieties of perennials, annuals, veggies and hanging baskets. Take inspiration from our fairy gardens and container gardens. Special activities and events throughout the spring season.

Open March 23 – June 15, 2018
Seven days a week!
Hours: 9am-6pm daily Monday-Saturday; Sundays Noon-5pm
No admission fee for the greenhouse; farm attraction are not open until mid June.

Fresh Herbs

What better way to add flavor and zest to your meals! There’s nothing better than fresh herbs to bring out the flavor of veggies fresh from your garden or farmer’s market. For useful tips, visit We Love Herbs!

Fairy Gardens

Let your imagination go wild with all the fun plants and accessories from our miniature Fairy Garden Corner! We offer easy-to-grow plants that make miniature gardens a joy all season long. Take a look!


Tired of chemical repellents and their potential side effects? We can help you out with plants that repel pesky insects like mosquitoes and flies the natural way. For more helpful information, visit Repellents.


 Bees + Butterflies

We can’t live in a world without bees and pollinators! Let us help you select the perfect plants for your garden that will entice these VIIs (Very Important Insects) to visit! Check out Viva the Pollinators!

Live with Lynne!

Follow our new videos on Facebook and watch our Events Calendar for hands-on planting! Plan a visit when Gardner Lynne is dividing perennials and you get to take home the extra plants — or planting lovely seasonal containers around the farm.

From our greenhouse blog  …

Go Big Bubbles
Keep the kids entertained for hours with this giant bubble recipe! All you need is a few standard household ingredients
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Cool Butterfly Facts
We love butterflies here at Back Home on the Farm. In addition to being absolutely beautiful and helping us with
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Water Those ‘Maters!
You’ve planted your tomatoes and are eagerly waiting to see them grow so you can add them to salads, burgers,
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